Millim Studio


Millim is a multidisciplinary creative studio.
Founded in Rome by Chiara Pellicano and Edoardo Giammarioli. Their gaze is aimed at the research and construction of new forms of expression that create stable connections between culture, art, design and communication. The studio works in the fields of creative consultancy, art direction, product design and collectible design.
In 2024 Millim Studio was selected among the 20 Talents by AD Germany. In 2019 the studio won the Wallpaper* Design Award in the “Best Dream Design Factory” category.


2024__CO Series 01__Sculpture/Bookshelf 2024__Metalique__Side Table
2024__Metalique__Coffee Table
2024__Metalique__Low Table
2023__Marbelicious__O bench
2023__Marbelicious__S bench
2022__Cutout__Table Collection
2022__Cutout__Vase Collection
2022__Miscellaneous__Side Table
2018__Re&Regina__Oil Lamps


2021__Alter__Studio F
2019__Twins__Coffee Tables
2019__Fusion__Secondome Gallery
2018__Glitch__Secondome Gallery


2024__Thema__Baranzate Ateliers 2024__Metalique__Label201
2024__HKDI Gallery__Hong Kong
2023__Venice Design Biennial
2023__ADI Design Museum
2023__Piazza di Siena__Villa Borghese
2023__Fuori Contesto
2023__Contemporary Cluster
2022__EDIT Napoli
2022__In Search of Lost Time
2022__Villa Borghese
2022__Collectible Fair
2021__Lake Como Design Festival
2019__Still Moving
2019__Lake Como Design Festival
2019__Maison & Objet
2018__Twiner #6
2018__Ventura Future
2017__Ladies & Gentlemen

2023__Internazionali BNL d’Italia__Rome, Italy                               


LEA Lead Exclusive Area
Internazionali BNL d’Italia
Sala delle Armi - Foro Italico, Rome
ph: ©Serena Eller

MODERNA is a project by Giorgio Galotti and Claudia Pignatale

on show: Marta Mancini, Gianni Politi, Alice Ronchi, Andrea Sala, Giovanna Silva, Serena Confalonieri, Front Design, Alfredo Häberli, Sebastian Herkner, Lucidi / Pevere, Millim Studio, Paola Navone, Jonathan Olivares, Marco Pettinari, STARTT, Studio F, Patricia Urquiola

in collaboration with MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo

The title is an homage to the location, the Foro Italico, built between 1928 and 1937, the period named by art historians as “Modern”. In this context, the term “modern” means “belonging to the present”, but by “modern world” we also imply a complex series of subjects that have influenced the future since the days of antiquity, a past in which Rome has always held a gravitational pull and served as a source of inspiration. The exhibition path intends to give back to the visitor a series of visual suggestions between art and design that can evoke a romantic reflection on the evolution of signs and shapes through the lens of the Italian style.

Starting from the Sala delle Armi (Fencing Academy – House of Arms), a rationalist building designed by Luigi Moretti between 1933 and 1937, which this year hosts for the first time LEA, the Sport and Health Hospitality format used for the Internazionali BNL d'Italia designed to welcome guests and sponsors of the tournament, the path of art and design begins, which continues in the Corporate Hospitality lounges around the Central Tennis Stadium.

Inside LEA at Sala delle Armi room we have the coffee tables Miscellaneus and Marbelicious System by Millim Studio. Recovered marble sculpture fragments are assembled in organic shapes.
The term "system", in the latter, indicates a series of elements, connected to each other, which interact and evolve as a single whole. The marble, an inert material and a classic archetype of static nature, becomes an expression of fluidity and movement in Marbelicious.

Our products in the picture together with the most recent cycle of paintings by Gianni Politi, the tables in solid wood by Studio F, the Impossible Wood chairs and the Pebble Rubble sofas by Front Design for Moroso.

In the Montemario Nord room, the interior consists of faint colors between white and pastel shades that offer a backdrop to the works. The Bohemian sofa, a “liquid” reinterpretation of the classic padded couch, is matched with Cutout sculpture tables by Millim Studio, which work on the concept of subtracting shapes from a powder-coated metal sheet.

Our products in the picture together with a series of paintings on rough linen by Alice Ronchi, the Getlucky armchair by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso and the Square settee and small armchair designed by Jonathan Olivares for Moroso.

Montemario Nord room
Internazionali BNL d’Italia
Corporate Hospitality - Foro Italico, Rome
ph: ©Serena Eller